This is a lovely pair of Bavarian Army Generalmajor’s shoulder boards. The shoulder boards date from approximately 1912 and were worn on the general’s tunic. They measure 1 ½” x 4 ½.” While they sport a general’s bullion rope braid, they do NOT show a pip, because they indicate the lowest-possible general’s rank. It is for the Imperial German equivalent of a U.S. Army/Air Force/Marine Corps Brigadier General. Their overall condition is quite impressive.